Mr. Stouffer began teaching at Pitt-Johnstown in 2013. He's brought many technical upgrades and interdisciplinary curriculum changes into the IS program, to go along with his hands-on learning style in the classroom. Stemming from his applied work experience in the software development world, he puts students into real-life simulations where students have to work through fuzzy, complex scenarios to make things known and deliver a solution that you just can't do a Google search on. He has taught courses in the program such as: Intro to Information Systems, Systems Analysis & Design, Project Management, Web Development, Mobile Apps, Graphic Design, Hardware/Operating Systems and has helped guide development of the other IS courses.
During his time in the software industry, he has filled roles such as: Software Engineer, Project Manager, Scrum Master, Director of Design/QA and has been part of Leadership teams. He's led design, software engineering, and quality assurance teams during his time in practice. Throughout his teaching years at Pitt-Johnstown, he's maintained his currency in the technical space by continuing to fulfill these roles as a consultant. He's currently consulting as a Project Manager at Sourceree.
Education & Training
- BS Computer Science, Minor in Mathematics - University of Pittsburgh Johnstown (2004)
- Master of Science in Engineering Management - Robert Morris University (2009)